SONG PREMIERE: The Mary Veils Drop Hearty Garage Rock Anthem “Bone Blossom Green”

Last year, Philadelphia garage-punk four-piece The Mary Veils made their debut as a group with an EP entitled, Somewhere Over the Rowhome. Tomorrow, the band will make their highly anticipated return with the announcement of their debut LP, Esoteric Hex, due March 25 via PNKSLM Recordings. The album is said to “walk the tightrope between rock and roll fizz, spiraling guitar scuzz, and psych-tinged hook-driven mayhem.” Glide is premiering the record’s first single, “Bone Blossom Green,” a fuzz-drenched, rock’n’roll anthem, layered with just the right amount of grit and grime to ensure it’s stuck in your head for days.

Speaking on the track, the band wrote:

“‘Bone Blossom Green’ was based off of a riff we had floating around for awhile. Originally we thought it would just be that main riff, for the entirety of the song but it kind of took a different turn while writing. It was one of the more challenging ones for us to finish, but we think it really showcases us as a band, and in a way highlights how we’ve developed musically and what our sound has become.”

Listen to “Bone Blossom Green” via all DSPS tomorrow, and stay tuned for Esoteric Hex, due later this year!

Tracklisting

01. Bone Blossom Green
02. Jelly
03. Esoteric Hex
04. Circled Omens
05. Elevator
06. Follow Me
07. A Tether
08. Eyes
09. Fuzzy 95
10. The Turnspit

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